Sometimes all I want is an easy repeated stitch pattern, just to get my hands busy without thinking too much. That's why I love the Wattle stitch so much, it's a simple stitch with a gorgeous texture, and it makes a beautiful and easy crochet blanket! The Wattle stitch has such a nice texture, the blanket will look lovely both in solid yarn and variegated yarn. The blanket can be adjusted to any size and any type of yarn. Stitches used in this pattern: ch, sc, hdc, dc.
The patchwork blanket is made using the Elizabeth stitch (AKA mini bean stitch). You can make the blanket as small or as big as you like plus the pattern includes a handy size guide so you know how many square lane to make.
DK (weight 3) yarn. I used ‘King Cole Pricewise DK’ in various colours. 1 Square - 15m / 16yd / 5g 1 Border - 23m / 25yd / 8g
Supplies you will need - Crochet hook 4mm - Tapestry needle - DK yarn - Stitch markers (optional) - Scissors Recommend skill level is easy - intermediate. The pattern is written in USA terminology.
You will need to know basic crochet stitches (sc, hdc, dc, tr) as well as the mini bean stitch. Instructions for the mini bean stitch are included. The pattern is 5 pages long and includes progress photos, gauge instructions and measurements.
Thinking of Spring Crochet Afghan is helping me get through these winter days of cold weather and snow. I just love how the soft sage, off white, and rose yarns look together. Reminds me of new grass, tulips, and melting snow. Columns of double crochet and skipped stitches create pretty open squares that look like window panes. Add a block stitched border and one last round of the sage yarn to finish off the gorgeous blanket. If you compare the photo above where I just started adding on the border and the photo below where the border is complete…I just think the edging makes this entire afghan pop.
Crochet is know to be so soothing and has been proven to relieve stress. There is nothing better than sitting with a cup of hot coffee and crocheting your favorite crochet project. Crochet blankets are always a popular choice among crocheters , be a beginner or a experienced Crocheter. The crocheted blankets are so versatile. You can combine multiple crochet stitches and make a pretty textured crochet blanket. You can easily make them as small as you want, or as large as you want. Today am sharing the pattern for this Crochet Easy Shell Stitch Blanket. I just love the texture of this stitch. This pattern is very simple to work up. This stitch is made up of double crochets and single crochets worked up in a pattern. The Crochet shell stitch looks complicated, but its just a repeat of two rows and you end up with a beautiful crochet blanket. I have used variegated yarn for the blanket. I love how the color changes and you don't have to weave off the yarn ends in case of using different color yarn at end of every row. You can use this easy Crochet shell stitch pattern to also make a Placemat Tablemat or a full sized crochet afghan blanket or a crochet throw. Materials Used:- 8 Ply Cotton Variegated Yarn 4 mm Crochet Hook Size:- 30 inches- Customizable to any size
"This Pretty Crochet Mesh and Berry Baby Blanket has just the right amount of texture. It is just so pretty in this light yellow and white yarn. The combination of easy crochet stitches and varied width of the rows helps give this a lovely modern look and feel. While this blanket does have a few different stitches used throughout, they are easy to master. If you are new to crochet or even crocheting a while, this can be a great crochet pattern to explore how pairing a few stitches together can bring the entire look together. Sometimes a crochet pattern can be boring for some folks, with the variety of stitches in this baby blanket, it was just a fun pattern for me and I hope for you too. This pattern uses the berry stitch, mesh stitch, and extended single crochet. "
There are some kinds of patterns we simply can't get enough of, right? These Lovely Textured Crochet Baby Blankets are the perfect example of this phenomenon! Simple baby blankets in pastel shades are always a good idea, without a doubt! You can always get invited to a baby shower, right? The patterns we have found for today are written by real specialists, therefore they are great if you want to get a solid grasp of a new technique.
C2C Silt Blanket Free Crochet Tutorial
Simple and sweet! This blanket will be perfect for strollers, nurseries, and older kids' bedrooms. If you want to crochet it for children, pastel colors will be a great choice as they are both sense-soothing and vibrating with positive energy. If you need something minimalist for your bedroom, go for classy beige or modern grey instead.
Level: upper beginner Author: Maria’s Blue Crayon